At TruVista Surgery Center Services

About Our Practice

A state of the art outpatient surgery facility, designed and developed to provide you, our patients, the highest quality of patient care in a comfortable, convenient environment.

Our Mission

Our compassionate and understanding staff are committed to providing personalized quality care with respect for the individualized needs of patients, their families, physicians and the community.

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CATALYS® Precision Laser System

The CATALYS® Precision Laser System is indicated for use in patients undergoing cataract surgery for removal of the crystalline lens. Intended uses in cataract surgery include anterior capsulotomy, phacofragmentation, and the creation of single plane and multi-plane arc cuts/incisions in the cornea, each of which may be performed either individually or consecutively during the same procedure.

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What Patients Are Saying

I had eye surgery twice last month at Truvista. The experience and results were excellent and the people were terrific, especially the wonderful nurse Lindy. Larry R.
Had cataract surgey was blown away by staff and care. Teresa C.
Very professional and efficient. Had cataract surgery and was very pleased with the care and results. Very good on follow up. Tom B.
I could never say enough good things about the work he does or the caring person he is. Self-verified patient
He is extremely professional and kind. His surgery center, Truvista, was state of the art and the team of people tending to me for my short visit were top notch. Self-verified patient
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Patient Education

Prior to Surgery

  • One of our nurses will contact you 2-3 days prior to your procedure to complete a pre-surgical health assessment, give your arrival time and answer any questions you have.
  • If you are on blood thinners, discuss this with your surgeon and the nurse.
  • Our staff will call you to obtain your insurance information and discuss your payment.
  • Please review your Advanced Notifications Document stating your patient rights, responsibilities, notice of ownership and advanced directives.

Preparation For Surgery

The Night Before Surgery:
  • Follow your instructions regarding your limitations for eating, drinking and taking medications after midnight.
  • Bathe or shower the night before or the day of surgery ensuring removal of all facial products to minimize the risk of infection.
  • If you are a smoker, refrain from smoking.

The Day of Surgery

  • Arrive at the scheduled time specified by your nurse.
  • Bring all insurance cards, a photo ID, your glasses, and chosen method of payment. Failure to bring these items can result in cancellation of your procedure.
  • A responsible adult must accompany you, be present during surgery, listen to discharge instructions, and be able to drive you home. For safety reasons, if you arrive
  • alone this could result in cancelling your procedure.
  • Some of the medications may impair your ability to drive safely.
  • Wear comfortable clothes that button or zip open in the front. Leave jewelry at home.
  • Remove all makeup; lipstick, mascara and fragrance (all visitors must refrain from wearing fragrances as well)
  • If you are or could be pregnant, notify us upon arrival.
  • Take only medications your doctor and nurse have approved.
  • Before surgery you will be asked to sign consent forms.

After Your Surgery

Your Discharge:
  • Your Physician will review your health and allow for your discharge from the center.
  • You will need to see your doctor for a post-operative appointment.
  • A nurse from Truvista will contact you a few business days after your surgery to address any questions or concerns, but do not hesitate to call Truvista or your doctors office beforehand.
  • Please check your email and complete your patient satisfaction survey or mail in your paper survey.